From: "Eva Andrews" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, Feb 15, 2019 at 10:39 AM
Subject: Lawsuit Notice
Date: February 15th, 2019
Date of Birth:
ID State: TN
Plaintiff: Quick Paydays
This letter is a preceding notification to you regarding your account with Quick Payday prior to your file gets registered in the courthouse with the legal procedures on your name, which might put you in legal muddle.
This notice shall validate that a petition has been registered against you. It may put you in a legal mess. Accordingly, the aforesaid entity individual, hereby respectfully request you to immediately settle this account. This consideration includes the penalty fees, judge fees; courthouse fees, etc.
Since you have not made the payment, we would be strained to commence lawsuit without further delay followed by all the legal interrogatories and consequences; this could further jeopardize your credit ratings, and your social will be hampered.
The longer you go without paying your payday loan, the more you will owe the lender. Because money lender often charges hefty interest rates (up to 600% annually) and fees for nonpayment. Some states have rules related to how much interest a payday lender can charge, however, other states, such as Texas; allow payday lenders to charge unlimited interest and fees for nonpayment.
Besides, non-repayment of the loan will be reported to the three major credit bureaus causing severe damage to your credit score, jeopardizing your credibility in future. Defaulting on loan obligations may result in not being able, or being less able, to borrowing again in the future from other credit institutions, the collection action will stay on your credit report for seven years.
Also, to inform you that this loan was provided to you against your paychecks. My claimant that's your Quick Payday has all the rights and is authorized to Email/Fax the official copy of the court subpoena to your human resources or the legal representative of your firm. Wherein, they have to appear in the court while the case is on which would be resulting in termination from the full-time employment and to make sure they take strict actions against you. Consequently, your salary/wages will be garnished.
This is the last warning before taking further actions on the judgment against you. Failure to this notice will require us to utilize one of the enforcements as mentioned above options against you. No further notice will be given before further enforcement actions on this judgment.
If you have any issues regarding this matter reply us back and we will contact you as soon as possible to help you to get out of this issue.
Bradfield Legal Services